Northwest Aerospace News December 2018 | January 2019 Issue No. 6 | Page 17

A s a rapidly growing tech compa- ny, Hambling said they are very busy and occasionally work longer hours, but said it is “very fluid.” “The employees do it because we are extremely pas- sionate about the technology, business and our leadership team,” Hambling said. He adds, “It’s pretty cool to work at a place where you walk by the build- ing and see robotic arms with innova- tive technology printing large, compos- ite structures quickly and it’s all within view of beautiful Lake Coeur d’Alene.” Manufacturing facilities typically reside out of sight, and for good reason. But the team at Continuous Composites hopes they can bring awareness around high-tech advanced manufacturing to the community by being centrally located. In a country where manufacturing jobs are in high demand, but skilled labor has receded, maybe they are on to something –– make robotics and CF3D™ mainstream and bring it to the masses faster! For Alvarado, Swallow, Hambling and the rest of the team in downtown Coeur d’Alene, they welcome high school students to swing by and look in the windows to see what the future of manufacturing looks like. It may just motivate smart, young minds to strive for the type of work and lifestyle being offered by Continuous Compos- ites — work hard, play hard, and enjoy life in Coeur d’Alene. Continuous Composites 215 E Lakeside Ave Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814 Phone: (888) 508-1085 Email: [email protected] DECEMBER | JANUARY 2019 ISSUE NO. 6 17